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Kausachun Fudcon, Long Live the Fudcon

Kausachun is a word that in Queshua language means Long Live!! and in this case we are attend to the last fudcon we have to say loudly “Kausachun Fudcon, Kausachun”

The higher number of attendees  in a FUDCon was in  Cusco, Peru, happening even  a transport strike in the city, it managed to gather more than 900 people in an auditorium, can you do a barcamp with that ? believe it or not,  was made, and was impressive and effective. People just proposed to collaborate and achieve a magnanimous event. Result: 65 lectures and workshops for a total of three days. I had started one of the best Fudcons of all time …

Foto Grupal Fudcon Cusco

The Mayor of the city of Cusco, and Jared Smith, former Fedora Project Leader welcomed all attendees, and heralded the coming talks,  Wolnei, Matias Basel Valentin Maceira began with a talk explaining how is the life of  collaborator on Fedora Project , and generally in the free software.

This was our first day schedule:

Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
How to be Fedora Project Ambassador Migration to the FOSS in companies How to participate in a FOSS project
Server Administration Hardering Apache Python and  Django Explaining YUM
ICARO Fedora Releases Databases  NON-relationals Experiences with Fedora in education

Second day:

This was the day of Icaro and FEL and attendees were installing Fedora on your computer as the main OS.

The good news, a new control module will be added to Icarus, by some electronics enthusiasts in Cusco, that module will soon be packaged in Fedora, and will be  sponsored  new team members.

That same day, members of RPM-DEV team were teaching the principles of packaging for Fedora to some stakeholders, at least two members of the team will be packagers shortly.

This was our first day schedule:

 

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
09:00 – 10:00 Fedora Installation from Scratch (Jonathan Campos) Máxima and Octave (Mario Lamas) Free Software Philosophy (Abad Chambilla) GWT (Carlos Borda)
10:00 – 11:00 Fedora Electronic Lab (Kiara Navarro) Graphic Design in Fedora (Juan Barba) Losing the fear to the terminal (Neville, Julita) RPM Overview (Eduardo, Abdel, Luis, Itamar)
11:00 – 12:00 Hacking Web Basics (Anthony Mogrovejo) Doing a Development environmet in Java (Abdel, Yohan) Latin american datacenters future (Alejandro Pérez) LibreOffice (Alonso, Eddy, Nils)
12:00 – 1:00 Python 101 (Yohan Graterol) SSH Introduction(Abdel, Neville) Fedora Spins and Remixes (Wolnei Junior) Automatic Translator Spanish to Quechua based on Apertium (Hugo Calderón)
1:00 – 3:00 Lunch
03:00 – 04:00 Drupal in Fedora (Juan, Kiara, Abad) Signs and Digital certificates (Hugo Calderón) How to do technical documentation in Fedora  (Jared Smith) GTK (Mario Lamas)
04:00 – 05:00 Business Model in FOSS (Matias, Neville) Modeling with Blender (René Lujano) MongoDB in depth (Yohan Graterol) VPNs (Leonel Arroyo)
05:00 – 06:00 Fedora Servers  (Matias Maceira) Latex  (Mario Lamas) Applications of Augmented Reality (William Zamalloa) Tuning my Fedora (Julita Inca)
06:00 – 07:00 Mobile Apps (Alejandro Pérez) FOSS Licenses  (Eduardo Echeverría) How to create Fedora Remix  (Wolnei Junior) Manage your datacenter with ovirt (Abdel Martínez)

This was the day of the Fedora Infrastructure, is expected shortly, contributors  in other areas of Fedora, such as packaging and documentation, also will  part of the Infra team, the reason? Over the years, we have built a strong team in areas such as packaging, translation, documentation, and the team with almost no presence in Latin America in  the Fedora Infrastructure, Luis bazán!! we count with you in the process of mentoring.

This was our third day schedule:

 

Time Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
09:00 – 10:00 Tracking using Gmaps and Android (Helen Conza) MariaDB (Abdel Martínez) Celery with Django (Mijail Gamarra)
10:00 – 11:00 Arduino (Kiara Navarro) Development e-commerce (Pierre) Openstack Cloud Computing (Eduardo Echevarría)
11:00 – 12:00 Python 3 (Yohan Graterol) Music Tools  DJing in Linux on Fedora (Tonet Jallo) Bigdata (Abdel Martinez)
12:00 – 1:00 USB Repos  (Neville Cross) Fedora ARM (Wolnei, Dennis) Infraestructure (Luis Bazán)
1:00 – 3:00 Lunch
03.00 – 04.00 Pymongo and Mongoengine – MongoDB use in Python (Yohan Graterol) OPS (Anthony Mogrovejo) Fedora Apps (luis Bazán)
04:00 – 05:00 Starting to use Fedora and not die trying GPG (Itamar Reis Peixoto)

We expect new contributors  in the course of the next weeks product of this wonderful event

 

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